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Thursday, April 10, 2014

iPhone-o-Gram! Sew Many Quilters!!

It's lunch break time in Tennessee!

The weather could not be more spectacular – crystal clear blue skies, and not a cloud in sight – we've taken our lunch outside to enjoy the beautiful weather, but will be back in sewing soon.

Today's class is "cathedral stars" And so far we've worked on a whole bunch of scrappy four patches, making sure they all come out at the 3 1/2 inches they are supposed to – and spinning those seams on the back so they all go to same direction.

After lunch there will be a bit of show and share, and then we will be tackling Tri Recs units for our stars –

We are having a great time and I am looking forward to spending the next few days with the village Quilters of Loudon,  Tennessee.

Much scrappy love---
Bonnie











10 comments:

  1. Looks like they are all happy ladies! Room seems well equipped with each sewer having a good space to work. Look forward to seeing mor pictures.
    Linda

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  2. Looks like fun... wish I was there!!!

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  3. Anonymous6:27 PM EDT

    The new book is arriving in Australia!!
    It looks terrific, the layout is gorgeous.
    It's a pleasure to just read this book, now to decide which quilt I start on first.
    I think it has to be Narragansett Blues, the photo on page 2 and 3 did it.
    Congratulations Bonnie, another winner for you.
    Hanne

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  4. Where do the Loudon, TN quilters go to buy their quilting supplies? Have friends there, and would like to visit quilt shops while visiting.

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  5. This is on my todo list, love it. Have started buying fabrics differently, mostly fat quarters to cut for scrappy quilts .

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  6. I'm signed up for your Cathedral Stars class in Portland (June). #4 on the waiting list so I'm hoping, hoping, hoping for my spot.

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  7. Anonymous9:39 AM EDT

    More Leaders and Enders arrived yesterday! To me the best part is the sections of "AT A GLANCE"! Wonderful idea. These sections offer so much understanding of the whole quilt in an easy to read format.

    Thanks, Bonnie.

    Name: Kathleen Campbell
    ADDY: pjkbm@live.com

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  8. Anonymous10:45 AM EDT

    Wow,they have a great setup to work. They are a happy group.

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  9. Great setup they seem to be having a great time.

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  10. Looks like all are having a great time! Was in Mt Airt, NC last weekend antique mall had a nice looking pink Atlas sewing machine for $98 if I remember correctly. If it had been blue I would have brought it home!

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